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OBJECTIVE This study aims to demonstrate that the use of long cephalomedullary nail and cerclage cables represents a good strategy in order to reduce the high risk of nonunion of the most displaced subtrochanteric fractures. METHODS This retrospective study examines 44 patients with average follow-up of 23 months, with subtrochanteric fracture type SH(More)
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